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High level disinfection through full immersion is a recommended practice by the industry's leading professional associations, including the CDC, APIC, AORN and AAMI. Links to their sites, as well as professional journals, laboratory studies and published papers, are listed here for your review.

 

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Industry Articles and White Papers of Interest

"Sterilization or Disinfection of Medical Devices: General Principles". www.cdc.gov. August 20, 2002. September 16, 2005.

Pasteurization: A Valuable Tool for Today's Hospitals

The Effect of Air Pockets on the Efficiency of Disinfection of Respiratory Equipment by Pasteurization

William A. Rutala, PhD, MPH; David J. Weber, MD, MPH; Maria F. Gergen, MT(ASCP); Albert R. Gratta, RRT. "Efficacy of a Washer-Pasteurizer for Disinfection of Respiratory-Care Equipment". Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. Volume 21, Number 5 (2000): 333-335.